C1891

Tea Ceremony and Drawing.

Artist:

Nobukazu Yosai Watanabe (1874 - 1944)

Famous woodblock tryptich  depicting women drawing and making tea, from the series, Sketches of Womens Ritual Ceremonies. ōju Yōsai with Yōsai seal

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Full Title:

Tea Ceremony and Drawing.

Date:

C1891

Artist:

Nobukazu Yosai Watanabe (1874 - 1944)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Woodblock.
AUTHENTICITY
Tea Ceremony and Drawing. - Antique Print from 1891

Genuine antique
dated:

1891

Description:

Famous woodblock tryptich  depicting women drawing and making tea, from the series, Sketches of Womens Ritual Ceremonies.

ōju Yōsai with Yōsai seal

Biography:

Nobukazu Yosai (1874-1944) Watanabe

Tokyo print designer and painter. Considered the best student of Yoshu Chikanobu (1838-1912), who worked in a variety of genres from pictures of beautiful women (biin-ga) to famous views of modernizing Tokyo (kaika-e), including depictions of domestic industrial exhibitions, depictions of the emperor and empress, and Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese War prints (senso-e). He is perhaps best known for his war prints. During the Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895), Nobukazu did a considerable number of outstanding triptychs and made his reputation designing battle scenes on land an sea. Original name: Shimada Jiro.

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